Project Assistants Co-sponsors 5k for Local Recovery Program
Project Assistants CEO, Gus Cicala, often preaches that there are real-world consequences for the success and failure of projects. He puts that lesson to the test by using his project management knowledge for the community.
He is the President of the Board for the Limen House, a non-profit that has helped alcoholics and addicts to reenter society as fully functioning and productive members for 45 years. Their mission is “to offer a threshold to recovery and break the cycle of addiction in service to our community.”
Project Assistants was one of the sponsors for a 5k that the Limen House held to raise money to buy a new house for recovering women. The race was, indeed, a successful project; 150 participants ran in spite of cold and windy conditions, raising over to $2,500 for the organization. This was a large help in securing the new women’s house that the organization settled on last month (pictured below). The house will no-doubt be the host of dozens of comeback stories for people getting their lives back on track for the next several years.